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  • additional-2-open-water-dives-on-nitrox

    Additional 2 Open Water Dives on NITROX

    This course is designed to qualify recreational divers to use enriched air (“nitrox”) for no stop recreational diving with an enriched air (EANx) compatible dive computer. The program addresses computer-assisted diving while using enriched air with 22 percent to 40 percent oxygen to monitor no stop limits and oxygen exposure.

    £105.00 Add to cart
  • Deep Diver

    Deep Diver

    It’s a rare diver who hasn’t felt the urge to dive deep. Deep diving opens the door to many new exciting dive sites like deeper wrecks, reefs and walls. As a rule, divers tend to be adventurous people, and deep diving – whether to visit a wreck or take photos – can certainly be called adventurous.

    £199.00 Add to cart
  • Dry suit diver

    Dry Suit Diver

    Why dive dry – simply to stay warm. No one said diving had to be cold or wet. Diving dry is the difference between withstanding the 4°C temperature of some waters to enjoy watching a three-inch scallop’s beadlike eyes spangle the edges of a brightly colored mantle.

    £180.00 Add to cart
  • equipment specialist

    Equipment Specialist

    The purpose of the PADI Equipment Specialist course is to familiarize divers with the operation and maintenance of diving equipment. It is not an equipment-repair course. Training relative to the repairing and overhauling of equipment, except for very minor servicing, is not to be part of the curriculum.

    £149.00 Add to cart
  • nitrox diver course

    Nitrox Diver

    This course is designed to qualify recreational divers to use enriched air (“nitrox”) for no stop recreational diving with an enriched air (EANx) compatible dive computer. The program addresses computer-assisted diving while using enriched air with 22 percent to 40 percent oxygen to monitor no stop limits and oxygen exposure.

    £135.00 Add to cart
  • peak performance buoyancy

    Peak Performance Buoyancy

    The Peak Performance Buoyancy Specialty Diver course philosophy is to polish a diver’s buoyancy control beyond the Open Water Diver level to be more efficient – saving air and energy – and help the diver avoid damage to the aquatic environment.

    £180.00 Add to cart
  • search and recovery

    Search & Recovery

    Develop new skills and learn techniques involved in locating and retrieving lost articles, large and small, within recreational limits and while avoiding disturbing delicate marine life. The mechanics of the search are truly an art; while the principles applied to the operation are firmly grounded in science.

    £180.00 Add to cart
  • side mounth diver

    Side-Mount Diver

    Side-mount diving is not a new concept, but its application has spread from cave diving to open water recreational and technical diving. Side-mount diving presents divers with a different approach to equipment configuration, and a new set of skills to master.

    £350.00 Add to cart
  • wreck diver

    Wreck Diver

    The best way to learn wreck diving procedures and to apply them is by doing it. This course philosophy therefore, expands student diver knowledge about wreck diving law, hazards to avoid, how to research wrecks, wreck diving equipment, the basics of penetrating a wreck and how to interact responsibly with the aquatic life they’ll see while wreck diving.

    £199.00 Add to cart